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JPassirijg aetpss the 'stagey of Howard, College We are 
thousands of actors who yftJI/teomeday, take, oar curtain-calls 
before ^<^\^ld; outside our :&Q^eg§J\i&x}}tyheiher op not 
we o w?n applause ironv?oWVaudience' depends on' all :of us 
— .^the star.s>,the supporting factors, the brt^players andjhe 
bagk stage workers.' "'The directors cannot set our lives tor 
us when their four yejetrs of guidance are over, cannot ring 
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In the scenes of college fife which compose our ^rarna 

• there will ^tragedy Jas^weJt tis comedy ami> serous drama 

V .i'^asrtSvell-.pi.fprce., Our critics arg a friany arid our audience is 

large; We seek applause not for? iOur*ifidividual>perform- 

ances/ but for all of Howard ^College Ofid the drama i>whicjh' 

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To Dean Sizemore, who occupies the star's dressing-room in all our 
hearts, for her understanding and patience, her readiness to serve in 
any capacity, her interest in our lives, her never-failing words of con- 
gratulation for tasks well-done, her ability to become the ideal of 
outstanding Christian womanhood to the students at Howard College 
and for just the privilege of knowing and loving her, we dedicate 
this Entre Nous and our never-ending admiration. 







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OUR PRESIDENT 



Major Harwell G. Davis has been the personification of the life which Howard College stands for 
and our ideal of a college president since he first spoke to us in Freshman Orientation. But he has been 
more than that to Howard College — he has been the instrument through which our college has grown 
and expanded, and the one who has, through patient and diligent effort, brought Howard to its most 
prized goal — the beginning of a new campus. 

Graduated from the University of Alabama with an L.L.B. degree, he was later awarded an L.L.D. 
degree. He practiced law before serving in the First World War in the rank of Major. Major Davis is 
a member of Phi Beta Kappa scholastic fraternity and Omicron Delta Kappa leadership fraternity. 

It is our privilege to salute him as our president and our friend. 




TREASURER 

JOHN G. BURTON 

Mr. Burton, beside being the 
beloved and highly efficient 
treasurer of Howard College, has 
many honors to his credit. He 
was mayor of Jasper, Alabama, 
from 1931 to 1946 and has been 
president of the Lions Club, the 
Jasper Chamber of Commerce, 
the Alabama League of Munici- 
palities, the Board of Trustees of 
the Eldridge Baptist Academy. 
He was a member of the Execu- 
tive committee of the Alabama 
League of Municipalities from 
1935 to 1946 and holds an hon- 
orary life membership in the Ala- 
bama Sheriffs & Peace Officers 
Association. 

Mr. Burton has also served as 
chairman of the Committee on 
Training for Municipal employees 
for the state of Alabama, which 
sponsored and started training 
schools for municipal employees 
at strategic points over the State 
of Alabama. 

Always active in church work, 
Mr. Burton served the First Bap- 
tist Church of Jasper as Deacon 
for the past 30 years, being 
Chairman of the Board for 6 
years. He has been a Deacon of Southside Baptist Church in Birmingham for the past 3 years. 

During World War II, Mr. Burton received three certificates of award for outstanding service ren- 
dered on the home front, and we nominate him for a certificate for outstanding service to his com- 
munity and to Howard College. 



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TREASURER'S 
STAFF 

Mrs. Mildred C. Pittman, Curtis Flowers, 
Odette Ramsay, Mrs. Ruth Sanford, Ocie 
Norton, Mr. Burton, Faye Faught, Dora 
Jane Hicks, Mr. Michael White and Evelyn 
Nelson. 





DEAN PERCY P. BURNS 



DEAN OF THE COLLEGE 



Dean Burns is a soft-spoken gentleman who can handle student problems and Shakespeare's dramas 
with the same authority and knowledge. A graduate of Howard, Dean Burns earned his M.A. degree at 
Harvard and has done further study at the University of Chicago. He holds an Liff.D. from Mercer Uni- 
versity and taught English and Latin at the South Carolina Co-Educational institute for seven years. He 
came to Howard in 1911 as acting professor of English, and was made professor and head of the English 
department the next year. He has served Howard as registrar, dean of students and now as Dean of 
The College and beloved English professor. 




Dean Dale is an inspiration as 
well as a supervisor to everyone at 
Howard who has had the pleasure 
of talking to him or being in one 
of his classes. 

His ready smile is one of the 
brightest spots in Old Main and his 
office is always open to those who 
need advise or just 'cheering up.' 

Since 1941, Dean Dale has been 
a faithful part of Howard College, 
exemplifying in his manner and his 
life the ideal of manhood toward 
which his students strive. 



DEAN OF MEN 

WILLIAM PRATT DALE, II 




DEAN OF WOMEN 

MRS. MARGARET SIZEMORE 



Mrs. Sizemore has the title 
"Dean of Women," but her 
office is the center of almost 
every campus activity. She 
advises the Pan - Hellenic 
Council, keeps the school so- 
cial calendar and willingly 
performs many other duties 
which are supposedly not her 
responsibility. Besides this, 
Mrs. Sizemore is a very active 
member of many organiza- 
t i o n s including American 
Association of University 
Women. 

Her 'advice to the love- 
lorn,' both boys and girls, and 
her genial smile make many 
of the problems of the stu- 
dents disappear the minute 
they step into her door. Her 
hobby is collecting the love 
which the students freely give 
to her and one of the saddest 
moments in the life of the 
senior is the final 'good-bye' 
to Mrs. Sizemore. 




ASSISTANT DEAN OF 
WOMEN 

MRS. CRAIG WARD 



Mrs. Craig Ward, Assistant Dean of Women, has 
in her one year at Howard become a real mother 
away from home for all the dormitory girls. She 
manages to be cheerful while going about the never- 
ending task of seeing that all her girls are well-fed, 
healthy, studying and getting at least a small amount 
of sleep. Add to these tasks the one all-important 
one of keeping them happy, and you have a full- 
time job which Mrs. Ward manages with one hand, 
keeping the other hand free to offer in assistance to 
anyone who needs her. 



CARL E. TODD 
REGISTRAR 



Adding to his many jobs as Regis- 
trar, Mr. Todd has this year added 
the task of professor to his daily 
duties. Well-known already for the 
efficiency and deftness with which 
he handles his work as Registrar, he 
is now known to students for his in- 
teresting lectures and capable class- 
room manner. 







Mr. Todd and the staff of the registrar's office carry on so efficiently the tremendous job alloted to 
them, that many of the students are never aware of the amount of work which daily does into the task 
of getting our report cards, keeping records straight, making transcripts and checking requirements for 

graduation. 



REGISTRAR'S 
OFFICE 



Mrs. Louise Douglas, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Pace, Mavis Wilson, Ann Rob- 
erts, Martha Norton, Vernelle 
Crook, Nell Martz, and Ann Martz. 





MISS WILLOUGHBY 
Head Librarian 



LIBRARY STAFF 

Miss Margaret Thomas, 
Gaye Byars, Marie Bost, Mrs. 
Max Daily, Edna Eaves. 




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MRS. J. C. WILDER 
MRS. TRUE ROBINSON 




BIOLOGY and CHEMISTRY 



DR. FINCHER 



DR. XAN 



MR. COLLIER 




DRAMA 



ECONOMICS 







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MR. NEWFIELD 

EDUCATION 



MR. NELSON £ 





DR. REACH 



MR. KITTRELL 



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DR. DAY 

MISS HAYGOOD 

DR. NAGLE 



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ENGLISH 




MR. TODD 



MR. SITZMAN 



DR. DOBBINS 



MR. PLATT 



MR. LILES 



MR. MITCHELL 




DR. KURTZ 






MRS. VAN GELDER 


NOT PICTURED 


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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




MR. MATURO 
Spanish 



MR. JACOBI 
German 



MRS. SIZEMORE 
French 

DR. HAWLEY 
French 



NOT PICTURED 

DR. ACTON 



DR. SARKISS 



NOT PICTURED 

DEAN DALE 




HOME ECONOMICS 




MISS JAMES 



DR. HESS 



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MATH 





MISS FUNDERBURKE 



DR. PEEPLES 



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MRS. MARTINSON 



MR. RAISIS 



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MR. STRANDBERG 

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MR. CRAWFORD 





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NOT PICTURED 

MR. KOSKI 
MR. ERICKSON 



PHARMACY 




DR. WINTER 



MR. VANCE 



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DR. OLIVE 
(Deceased) 




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DR. BYRUM 



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MR. RAU 



MR. SLADE 



MRS. DAVIS 
Lab Instructor 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




PUBLIC RELATIONS-JOURNALISM 




RELIGION 



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DR. DAVISON 




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HOWARD COLLEGE 

fl, One Hundred And Eleven* 
Annual Commencement 




May thirty 



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1953 



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Bertram Aders 

Education 
Fairfield, Ala. 




Barbara Averett 

Social Studies 

Bessemer, Ala. 

Future Teachers, Kappa 

Delta Pi, Spanish Club, 

YWA, BSU. 




Mozelle Aders 

Education 

Fairfield, Ala. 

A Capella Choir, Future 

Teachers of America. 




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Mary Elizabeth Bartlett 

Biology 

Roanoke, Ala. 

BSU 




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Leroy M. Anthony 

Religion 

Calera, Ala. 

Ministerial Association, 

Mission Band. 



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Bob W. Baugher 

Music 

Leeds, Ala. 

Mu Alpha Chi. 



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Gerald Blackburn 

Religion 

Citronelle, Ala. 

BSU, O.D.K., Who's 

Who Among Students in 

American Universities 

and Colleges. 




Robert C. Bowden 

Physical Education 

Birmingham, Ala. 

H-Club, Pi K A, Who's 

Who Among Students 

in American Universities 

and Colleges. 




Jesse Blankenship 
Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. 
O. D. K., Masquers, A 
Capella Choir, Sigma 
Nu, Ministerial Associa- 
tion, Psychology Club, 
Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 




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IRC, 
Chi, 



Jack Branyon 

History 
Fayette, Ala. 
AIRC, Mu Alpha 
BSU, Sigma Delta 
Pi. 



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Ruth Leota Bloom 

Music 
St. Davids, Penn. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Mu Al- 
pha Chi, Italian Club, 
A Capella Choir, Band, 
Hypatia. 




Jerry H. Bryan 

Religion 
Munford, Ala. 
BSU, Ministerial Asso- 
ciation. 



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James Vernon 
Cartwright 

Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Alpha Pi Omega, Mu 

Alpha Chi, Band, Tennis 

Team. 



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Peggy Curlee 

Home Economics 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Home Ec. Club, Kappa 
Pi, Delta Zeta, Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council. 




Penny Coley 

Education 

Moundville, Ala. 

BSU, Mission Band, 

YWA, WAA, PE Club, 

IRC, Spanish Club, 

Dormitory Council. 




Mary Joyce Deramus 

Social Studies 

Vida, Ala. 

YWA, Future Teachers, 

Mission Band, BSU. 





Limous Hays Cruce 

Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 

APhaA. 




James V. Dotson 

Religion 

Nauvoo, Ala. 

Ministerial Association, 

Mission Band, BSU. 



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Thomas Dunbar 

Religion, Hi. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Male Chorus, Mission 
Band, Ministerial Asso- 
ciation, Crimson Staff. 




Carl R. Franklin 

Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Mission Band, Minister 

al Association. 




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Betty Ann Fletcher 

Music 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Mu Alpha Chi, BSO, 

Chapel Organist, A Ca- 

pella Choir. 




Edna Earle French 

Education 
Horton, Ala. 
BSU, Mission Band, Fu- 
ture Teachers. 




Ray A. Foreman 

Religion 

Elba, Ala. 

Mission Band, Ministeri 

al Association. 




Dot C. Funderburk 

Secretarial Science 

Tallassee, Ala. 

BSU, Mission Band, 

YWA. 



Edith Garcia 

Music 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

IRC, Mu Alpha Chi, 

BSU, YWA. 











Jack Harwell 

Journalism 
Mobile, Ala. 
Kappa Phi Kappa, Presi- 
dent Student Body, Sec- 
retary of Student Body, 
Crimson Staff, BSU 
Greater Council, H- 
Club, Baseball, Basket- 
ball, Who's Who 
Among Students in 
American Universities 
and Colleges. 




Aillene N. Gunn 

Education 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Delta Zeta, Kappa Del- 
ta Pi, A Cappella Choir, 
Pan-Hellenic. 



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Carl Haselton 

Religion 

Crestview, Fla. 

Alpha Pi Omega, BSU, 

Ministerial Association, 

Mission Band, French 

Club, Male Chorus. 






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Hoyt Harwell 

Journalism 
Mobile, Ala. 
O.D.K., Trident, Editor 
of Crimson, BSU Great- 
er Council, Who's Who 
Among Students in 
American Universities 
and Colleges. 




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Howard Henderson 

Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 

BSU. 



John M. Herndon 

History 

Birmingham, Ala. 

BSU. 







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Betty Burson Howell 

Art 
Birmingham, Ala. 
BSO, PE Club, Kappa 
Pi, WAA, BSU, YWA, 
Miss Entre Nous, Miss 
Homecoming, Who's 
Who Among Students 
in American Universities 
and Colleges. 




Warrene W. Herring 

Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 

APhaA. 




Horace H. Hutchison 

Human Relations 

Jasper, Ala. 

American Legion, BSU. 



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Joseph W. House 

English — Speech 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Trident, Beta Pi Theta, 

Ministerial Association. 




Pauline Jackson 

Psychology 
Wadsworth, Ala. 
BSU, A Cappella Choir, 
Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 



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Cecil I. James 

Pharmacy 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Kappa Psi, APhaA, Al- 
pha Pi Omega. 



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Wynema Junkins 

English 

Vinemont, Ala. 

French Club, Library 

Club, Kappa Delta Pi. 




Kathryn Orr Jernigan 

Human Relations 

Rockford, Ala. 

Mission Band, YWA, 

Spanish Club. 




Christine Kennedy 

Math — Science 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Student Senate, Scops, 
Masquers, Mu Alpha 
Chi, American Chemical 
Society, Dormitory 
Council, YWA, Alpha 
Delta Pi. 




Ralph B. Jernigan 

English — Speech 

Enterprise, Ala. 

Ministerial Association, 

BSU, Scops. 



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Walter Kent, Jr. 

Human Relations 
Phenix City, Ala. 



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Mary Nell Kilgore 

Education 
Bessemer, Ala. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Wom- 
en's Student Govern- 
ment, Hypatia, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Mu Alpha Chi, 
BSU Greater Council. 




Mildred Lowrey 

Physical Education 

Geraldine, Ala. 

Phi Mu, WAA, PE Club. 



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Thomas Ray Kilgore 

Math 

Parrish, Ala. 

Track, American Chemi 

cal Society. 




James A. Lyles 

Psychology 
Sylacauga, Ala. 






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Jean Livingston 

Social Studies 
Birmingham, Ala. 
BSU, YWA, Dormitory 
Council, Women's Stu- 
dent Government, Hy- 
patia, Who's Who 
Among Students In 
American Universities 

and Colleges. 




Marjorie McLeod 

Psychology 

Troy, Ala. 

BSU, Mission Band. 



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Mary Olive McPhaul 

English 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Hy- 
poxia, BSU, Pan-Hel- 
lenic, Who's Who 
Among Students in 
American Universities 
and Colleges, Masquers, 
Scops. 




Jack H. Naish 

English 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Kappa Delta Pi. 




Ronald W. McVay 

Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 

APhaA. 




Ramona Nichols 

Religion 

Birmingham, Ala. 

BSU, Mission Band. 




Doris Marie Matthews 

Social Studies 
Fackler, Ala. 
YWA, Future Teachers, 
BSU, Spanish Club, Mis- 
sion Band. 



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Billy Ray Nix 

Religion 

Robertsdale, Ala. 

Alpha Pi Omega, BSU. 




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Eugenia Norton 

History 

McLean, Ala. 

IRC, Scops, Future 

Teachers, Beta Pi Theta. 



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Rufus B. Owens, Jr. 

Religion 

Mobile, Ala. 

Trident, BSU, Ministerial 

Association, Mission 

Band, Student Senate. 




Betty Pittman 

Human Relations 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Delta Zeta. 



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Rayburn P. Reed 

English 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

H-Club, German Club, 

English Club, Ministerial 

Association. 



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Jack Patton 

Psychology 
irmingham, Ala. 




David B. Richardson 

Social Studies 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Ministerial Association, 

Mission Band, BSU. 



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Louise Royston 

Speech — English 
LaFayette, Ala. 
Masquers, Scops, Mis- 
sion Band, Hypatia, La- 
dies Chorus, Crimson 
Staff, Vice-President of 
Senior Class. 




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Erwin Sandefer 

Religion — Psychology 

Prichard, Ala. 
Alpha Phi Omega, BSU, 
IRC, Ministerial Associa- 
tion, Mission Band. 




Marguerite Rutledge 

Business Administration 
Sumter, So. Carolina 
Masquers, Delta Zeta, 
Miss Homecoming, Entre 
Nous Staff, Crimson 
Staff, Miss Entre Nous. 




Elaine Sansom 

Social Studies 
Gadsden, Ala. 
Dormitory Council, Fu- 
ture Teachers, BSU. 




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Eugene L. Sample 

Speech 

Butler, Ala. 

Scops, Future Teachers. 




Jason Silavent 

Social Studies 

Newton, Ala. 

Ministerial Association, 

Mission Band. 



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James H. Simonton 

Pharmacy 

Abbeville, Ala. 

APhA. 






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Shelby A. Smith 
Religion — Psychology 

Bessemer, Ala. 
BSU, Male Chorus, Min- 
isterial Association. 



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Howard L. Smallwood 

Religion 

Talladega, Ala. 

BSU. 



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David Vernon 
Smitherman 

Religion 

Centreville, Ala. 

Ministerial Association. 



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Andrew L. Smith 

History 
Montgomery, Ala. 




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James Kenneth 
Sparkman 

Religion - Social Science 

Bridgeport, Ala. 
Kappa Phi Kappa, Min- 
isterial Association, Mis- 
sion Band. 



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Leslie Robert Staples 

Pharmacy 
Rockwood, Term. 




Paul Anderson 
Talmadge 

English 
Selma, Ala. 
BSU, Trident, O.D.K., 
Masquers, Mu Alpha 
Chi, Kappa Pi, IRC, 
Spanish Club, Student 
Government, Who's 
Who Among Students in 
American Universities 
and Colleges. 




Charles Hugh Stringer 

English — Speech 

Greenville, Ala. 

Scops, Mission Band, 

Ministerial Association. 


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Marion Ruth Teel 

English 

Rockford, Ala. 

Ladies Chorus, Beta P 

Theta, Mu Alpha Chi, 






Dormitory Council, 
French Club, Alpha Del- 
ta Pi. 



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James Herbert 
Summerlin 

Religion 

Northport, Ala. 

BSU. 



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Ray Albert Thompson 

Psychology 

Birmingham, Ala. 

H-Club. 



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Buford E. Thornton 

Red Bay, Ala. 

Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi, AphA. 







Maurice T. Vann 

Pharmacy 
Eva, Ala. 



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Abner Tippett 

History 

Macon, Georgia 

Ministerial Association, 

Mission Band, Masquers, 

BSU. 




Grace Elene Waller 

Education 

Brewton, Ala. 

Mission Band, YWA. 



Sara Jane Trobaugh 
Music 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Mu Alpha Chi, A Cap- 

pella Choir. 




Gene Stewart Weaver 

Economics 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Alpha Kappa Psi. 




Ann Long White 

Drama 

Birmingham,. Ala. 

Masquers, Scops, Phi 

Mu, Pan-Hellenic. 




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Joy Ruth Williams 

Journalism 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Delta Zeta, Hypatia, 
Masquers, Associate Ed. 
Crimson, Editor Entre 
Nous, Spanish Club, 
Creative Writers, Who's 
Who Among Students in 
American Universities 
and Colleges. 





Hugh Laverne Whitman 

Religion 

Mobile, Ala. 

Ministerial Association, 

BSU. 



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Russell Arnold Williams 

English 

Clanton, Ala. 

Lambda Chi Alpha, IRC, 

Spanish Club, Masquers, 

Scops. 



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Anne Kay Williams 
Languages 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Beta Pi Theta, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Alpha Delta Pi, 
FTA, Kappa Sigma, Hy- 
patia, Who's Who 
Among Students in 
American Universities 
and Colleges. 




Elijah Jackson Whitley 

History — Religion 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREES 

Maurice Leslie Alexander 

Robert Wesley Armstrong 

Clifford Douglas Bailey 

Howard Willie Ballew 

George Lawrence Bark 

Marcus Walter Beck 

H. Lawson Bodie 

Fitzhugh Augustus Burttram 

Norman Joseph Bushman 

Helen Gwendolyn Commander 

Evelyn E. Crumbley 

Betty Trawick Davidson 

John Louis Davis 

Tyrus Mateland Dorman 

Charles Ellis Dorris 

Thomas David Dorsett 

Edith Eloise Edwards 

Walter Crawford Fields, Jr. 

Richard Edward Francis 

Mattie Jennings Grant 

Billy Eugene Hogue 

James Lee Holland, Jr. 

Jerry Lloyd Holloway 

George Glenwood Holmes 

Walter S. Jacobi 

Elmer Morris Jacobs 

Ralph Benjamin Jernigan 

Wynema Junkins 

Robert H. Ledbetter 

Mary Martha Harless McMickens 

Alfredo O. Melkonian 

Thomas Burton Mitchell 

Alan Gardner Moor 

Harry Moore, Jr. 

Charles Ernest Morris 



James Winfred Nelson 
Newton J. Odom 
William Fagan Ogle 
Herbert A. Palmer 
James Atwood Pickle 
Charles William Powell 
John Earl Rasberry 
William Francis Rasberry 
James Alvis Rich 
John William Sample 
Wilson Bonner Shields 
Olga Fadul Stallworth 
Wyman C. Stewart 
Travis Gaines Traylor 
Thomas J. Upshaw 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC DEGREES 

Barbara Bookout Baker 
Dixie Xan Bullock 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREES 

David Anshel 
James Harvey Ardis 
Earl Watson Arnold 
Metta V. Ayers 
Herbert Isaac Burson 
Charles Thomas Byrd 
James Lloyd Brown 
Bernice Allison Colvert 
Ada Rasco Crumpton 
Celia Murphree Cutcliffe 
Charles Hampton Doyle 
Clifford B. Grizzard 
Louise Hall 

Hilton Vice Hammond 
Dorothy Hammett Herron 
Marjorie Houston 



Jack Edward Keller 
Jessie Argo McDanal 
Marshall W. McMahon 
Emmett Allen McWilliams 
Willie D. Mayfield 
Robert Edward Moss 
Clara Jean Nunnelly 
Gerald D. Ridgeway 
Jessie L. Ryan 
Henry Thomas Scott, Jr. 
Samuel Wesley Teague, Jr. 
Benjamin A. Thompson 
Nettie McDowell Travis 
Mary Jo Weaver 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN 
PHARMACY 

Oscar Robert Berney 

Howard Harris Bishop 

Richard H. Cleere 

J. B. Farley 

William Crit Franse, Jr. 

John Witherspoon Frierson, Jr. 

Clyde N. Garmon 

John W. Gober 

James C. Griffin 

Samuel Terrell Hardin 

Charles R. Kennedy 

Ira Daniel McBryde 

Derward D. Pitts 

Lawson M. Renegar, Jr. 

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Religion 
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Human Relations 
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History 
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Pharmacy 
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English 
Birmingham, Ala. 

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Home Economics 
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Mobile, Ala. 



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Music 
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Birmingham, Ala. 



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Foley, Ala. 



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Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

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Houston, Ala. 

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Tarrant, Ala. 

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Birmingham, Ala. 



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Home Economics 
Albertville, Ala. 

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Art 
Birmingham, Ala. 

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History 
Lebanon, Tenn. 

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Decatur, Ala. 

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Religion 
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Pylant, Ala. 

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Pharmacy 
Mobile, Ala. 



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History 
Montgomery, Ala. 

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Psychology 
Homewood, Ala. 

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General 
Birmingham, Ala. 

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Art 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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Religion 
Geneva, Ala. 

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Psychology 

Dothan, Ala. 

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Pre-Med 
Birmingham, Ala. 

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Religion 
Huntsville, Ala. 



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Religion 
Birmingham, Ala. 

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Religion 
Dothan, Ala. 

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Pre-Med 
Gadsden, Ala. 

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General 
Dadeville, Ala. 



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Music 
Huntsville, Ala. 

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Pharmacy 
Swain, Ala. 

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Pre-Med 
Adamsville, Ala. 

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Elba, Ala. 


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Clio, Ala. 


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Chemistry 
Birmingham, Ala. 


Joanne Turner 

Music 
Wetumpka, Ala. 


Mary Sue Walker 

English 
Leeds, Ala. 


Henri Ann Taylor 

Physical Education 
Elba, Ala. 


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Music 

Slocomb, Ala. 


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Religion 
Birmingham, Ala. 


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Pharmacy 
Bay Minette, Ala. 


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English 
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Business Administration 
Elba, Ala. 


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Education 
Louisville, Ala. 


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Music 
Nashville, Tenn. 


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Education 
Wilsonville, Ala. 


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Religion 
Birmingham, Ala. 


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General 
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English 
Anniston, Ala. 


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Music 
Birmingham, Ala. 


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Huntsville, Ala. 


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Daniel R. Grant and Paul Talmadge. 



MASTERS PRESENTS... 



CHARLEY'S AUNT 



Russell Williams 
Ladell Payne 
Joy Ruth Willian 
John Head 
Jo-Alice Jones 
Abner Tippett 
Louise Royston 
Louise Hester 
Harold Mixon 
Peggy Thomas 



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MASQUERS PRESENTS... 

Theatre-in-the-Round Production of 

"OUTWARD 

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She'i been "jtrock all of a 'eap!" 



Charles Dorris 
Mary Olive McPhaul 
Christine Kennedy 
Harold Hunt 
Hula Jo Morris 
Charles Love 
Russell Williams 
Harold Mixon 





MASQUERS PRESENTS.. 



JOAN OF LORRAINE 



The Dedication. 



Joy Ruth Williams 
John Newfield 
Paul Talmadge 
Bob Baugher 
Bert Epperson 
Julia Hanlin 
Charles Dorris 

ob Ford 
Janet Jordan 
Bobby Mashburn 
Abner Tippett 



Carl Haselton 
Raymond Powell 
Chuck Malone 
Allan Yeomans 
Pat Barron 
Margaret Minor 
K. W. Cook 
Talmadge Butler 
Victor Murphy 
Charles Love 
Harold Mixon 




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THERESA HIXON 
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ADPi's Decorate 







Through these teeth 
pass the tastiest teams 
in the South. 



Homecoming Queen Blanche Beard poses 
with her court during the last half of the 
football game. In the court are Barbara 
Averett, Rachel Knight, Joy Ruth Williams, 
Mavis Wilson, Jennice Jones, Peggy Thomas 
and last year's Homecoming Queen, Mar- 
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WOMEN'S SERVICE 
DAY HONORS 




Women's Service Day is sponsored by the Women's Student Government in co- 
operation with Alpha Pi Omega. In a special chapel program, the girls chosen by their 
individual organizations as the most useful in their group are presented blue ribbons 
in token of their service to Howard and to their group. 



This year ribbons were awarded to twenty-three girls representative of many campus 



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MISS HOWARD 

Henrianne Taylor, New Miss Howard, accepts the roses from Rachel 
Knight, Miss Howard 1952 



THE CRIMSON 




Editor Hoyt Harwell (right) discusses Associated Press news with Associate Editor Joy Ruth Williams. 



CRIMSON STAFF 



Circulation Sonny Roark 

Business Manager K. W. Cook 

Sports Tom Dunbar, Mack Pyron, Frank Yancey 

Cartoonist Jack Whitley 

Photographers . Buford Thornton, Harold Lischkoff, 

Jack Harwell 
Reporters Harold Bennett, Charles Dorris, Julia 

Hanlin, Jack Harwell, Gordon Lock- 
hart, Charles Love, Billie Ruth 
Pounds, Jean Kinney, Ann Ruble, 
Haywood Simms 



The CRIMSON is printed weekly, 
carrying all the college news. Edi- 
tor for 1953-54 will be Bob Paul. 



ENTRE NOUS 



Editor Joy Ruth Williams and 
Associate Editor Lee Brown. 








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Sports Editor Frank Yancey 




ENTRE NOUS STAFF 



Business Manager Billie Ruth Pounds 

Photographers . Buford Thornton, Harold Lischkoff, 
Jack Robertson 

Faculty Advisor Albert Scoggins 

General Charles Love, Pat Dawsey, Floannelle 

Fuqua, Mary Frances Hamilton, Mar- 
tha Gunn 




For the first time since the beginning of the Miss Entre Nous Beauty Contest, the 
judges were unable to choose just one beauty from the twelve lovely finalists. So this 
year we have two "Miss Entre Nous — Miss Marguerite Rutledge and Miss Bonnie Bolding, 
a blonde and a brunette to grace the Howard Beauty Stage. 




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Chosen by the Faculty on the basis of scholarship and leadership 




Mary Olive McPhaul 



Ann Williams 



Jade Harwell 



Rachel Knight 



Joy Ruth Williams 





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Jeanne Livingston 



NOT PICTURED: 

Dixie Xan Bullock 
Betty Burson Howell 
Bobby Bowden 
Jesse Blankenship 
Paul Talmadge 



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TRIDENT 



Trident is the highest honor society on campus for men, honoring men students for scholarship, leader- 
ship and esteem of their fellow students. Membership in Trident is considered the highest mark of ap- 
proval on campus. 

Members for 1953 are Paul Talmadge, Rufus Owens, Charles Dorris, Hoyt Harwell and Joe House. 
New members chosen for 1954 are Wayne Barrett, Joe Claude Bennett, Harold Mixon, Joel Oswalt, Wil- 
liam Rhodes, Ed Robinson, William Brakefield and James Lee Holland. 



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Scholarship, leadership, character and promise of future 
usefulness 




Ann Williams, Dixie Xan Bullock, Mary Olive McPhaul, Christine Kennedy, Joy Ruth Williams, Rachel 
Knight, Jeanne Livingston, Ruth Bloom, Jerry Heath and Louise Royston. Gwen Commander is not pictured. 



New in Hypatia are Jean Shaeffer, Betty 
Pratt, Margaret Reece, Dot Amos, Jo-Alice 
Jones, Lucille Foster and Marion Teel. 




MICRO I DELTA KAPPA 

Recognition for leadership and scholarship 




Members Tom Dunbar, Charles Dorris, Gerald Blackburn, Dean P. P. Burns, Paul Talmadge, Ralph 
Jernigan, Jesse Blankenship, Dr. Jeorge V. Irons, Gordon Joiner, Dr. Fincher and Hoyt Harwell. 



Newly tapped for Omicron Delta Kappa for 1953- 
54 are Wayne Barrett, Joel Oswalt, James Pickle, 
Charles Love, Ed Robinson, Joe Claude Bennett, Wil- 
liam Rhodes, Sonny Roark, George Hayes, Harold 
Mixon, Joe Baskin, Troy Scogin, Alvin Stewart and 
Jack Harwell. 




PROFESSIONAL 

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RELIGIOUS 





Bcptist Student Union climaxes the year with a rcting of "First Mcgnitude" being shown he 
kinson, Director of Religious Activities, and Gerald Blackburn, presidenl of BSU. 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 







Baptist Student Union includes every 
student at Howard in its effort to spread 
Christ to the world. Its many activities 
during the school year include Pre-School 
Retreat, Student Convention and Spring 
Retreat. 

Greater Council members who help di- 
rect the activities are Gerald Blackburn, 
president; Paul Talmadge, enlistment vice- 
president; Buck Duke, devotional vice- 
president; Mary Olive McPhaul, social 
vice-president; Charles Dorris, promotion 
chairman,- Frances Hughen, music chair- 
man,- Hoyt Harwell, publicity chairman,- 
Myra Bianyon, Morning Watch chairman; 
Katie Graham, Training Union representa- 
tive; Martha Norton, Sunday school rep- 
resentative; Patsy Grant, secretary; Gwen 
Commander, Y.W.A. president; Ralph 
Jernigan, Ministerial Association presi- 
dent and Alvin Stewart, Mission Band 
president. Faculty adviser is Dean Wil- 
liam P. Dale,- Pastor adviser, Dr. Carl G. 
Campbell and Director of Religious Ac- 

ities is Mr. Louie L. Wilkinson. 



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Serving in many capacities, the Mission Band is composed of students who volunteer their help to 
promote the cause of Christ by Mission work. Operating in childrens' homes, juvenile courts and homes 
for old people, the Mission Band carries on its work throughout the school year. 



Mission Band worker at the Crippled 
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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

Composed of a membership of Howard ministerial students, the Ministerial Associa- 
tion is instrumental in serving pastorates and supply in churches all over the state of 
Alabama. They conduct services in charitable institutions, teach study courses and help 
organize Sunday Schools and training unions. 



LADIES' CHORUS 




The Ladies' Chorus, directed by faculty adviser, Mrs. Martinson, sings in Chapel 
and provides music for many events. The purpose of the group is to develop the musical 
talent of the members and to aid in the musical education of all students. 





MALE CHORUS 



The Male Chorus was formed for the benefit of men students who like to sing. The 
group meets once a week under the direction of Mr. Erickson to learn new songs and 
rehearse. They perform at many school functions. 




The A Capella Choir should probably be listed as an activity rather than an or- 
ganization, for it is one of the most active groups on campus. This choir of young people, 
directed by Mr. Koski, has travelled all over the South bringing musical programs and 
publicity about Howard College to countless communities. The A Capella Choir also 
fills many musical engagements in Birmingham, being one of the most popular choirs 
in Alabama. 



MASaUERS 

Masquers is an honorary drama society which requires members to attain six points 
for various back-stage jobs and to work on at least two plays before being accepted for 
membership. Masquers sponsors three dramatic productions each year, their three for 
this year being "Charley's Aunt," "Outward Bound," and "Joan of Lorraine." Oscups 
are awarded by Masquers each year for the best performances. The Oscups awarded 
this year were to Joy Ruth Williams, Best Leading Actress,- Charles Dorris, Best Leading 
Actor; Harold Mixon, Best Supporting Actor,- and Peggy Thomas, Best Bit Player. A 
special award was made to John Newfield, director and faculty adviser for the group 
for his excellence of direction and friendshio to the drama students. 



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JACK HARWELL 
President of the Student Body 



The Student Senate, as the highest governing body on the campus, is elected by 
student vote and directs all student activities. All publications are part of student senate 
duties, as well as plans for H-Duy and Homecoming Day Activities. 

This year the Student Senate has completed many plans and made many improve- 
ments in Howard's student self-government plan. They succeeded in completely re-writing 
the constitution, subject to student approval, and produced for us the most spectacular 
H-Day and Homecoming plans in years. 

The Student Senate is composed of senators chosen from each class by the members 
of that class and of the officers elected for the Student Body in general elections held in 
the Spring. 

The President of the Student Body presides over the Student Senate meetings. Pub- 
lication editors are considered members of Student Government, and their publication 
plans are subject to Student Senate approval.- 




Student Senate members: Jo-Alice Jones, Walter Fields, Jack Harwell, Herbert 
Kirby, Dr. Austin Dobbins, adviser; Jeanne Livingston, Christine Kennedy, Billie Jean 
Kinney, Lee Brown, Sonny Roark, Rufus Owens, Bill Ladner, Jack Whitley, Stanley Wise, 
Bill Sumner, James Pickle, George Hayes and Joe Baskin. 



AMERICA! CHEMICAL SOCIETY 



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The American Chemical Society was formed to give professional training to 
chemistry students during their school years. Its purpose is the advancement of chemistry 
as a science and as a profession, and to serve as a social organization for chemistry 
students. 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



Alpha Epsilon Delta is an honorary fraternity for pre-med students. Its purpose 
is to promote excellence in pre-medical scholarship, stress the importance of pre-medical 
education and to prepare students for their further medical training. 




AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL 
ASSOCIATION 




The American Pharmaceutical Association was organized at Howard in 1947. 
Pharmacy students who have completed at least one quarter's work in the department 
are eligible for membership. Its purpose is to uphold high standards of professional 
practice and to keep members informed of the latest developments in the profession. 



KAPPA P S I 







Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was installed at Howard in 1925. Its purpose 
is the fostering of pharmaceutical research and high scholarship among members. 
Recognized by the National Professional Inter-Fraternity Council, Kappa Psi requires 
its members to meet specific requirements. 



ALPHA PI OMEGA 




ALPHA PI OMEGA is composed of boys who wish to be ot service to the school 
and to their fellow students. Alpha Pi Omega has been responsible for the printing 
of the Bull Pup and for opening the APO Book Store selling second hand books for 
students. 



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Alpha Kappa Psi is a national professional fraternity. Its members are all men who 
are majoring in the fields of business administration, economics and accounting. Alpha 
Kappa Psi was installed at Howard in 1949. Faculty adviser this year is Mr. Kittrell. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 




Future Teachers of America is composed of students majoring in some field of 
education who hope to teach school when their education is complete. FTA strives 
to prepare the students for their job and discuss modern developments in educational 
methods. 



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CLUB 




The members of the H-Club, shown above in their club room in the gym, are all 
athletes who have earned a letter in a major sport and have been approved by the 
other members of the club. The H-Club has as its purpose to encourage better sports- 
manship in all phases of the athletic program and to promote a close bond between 
lettermen. 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 




IRC meets weekly at Pine Lodge to discuss problems of international relations. 
Students who are interested in promoting better foreign relations and the diplomatic 
problems of the nations are eligible for membership. The group takes a lively interest 
in all nations, their customs and their history. 



KAPPA PHI KAPPA 




Kappa Phi Kappa is a professional education fraternity composed of students and 
faculty members interested in the advancement of professional education. 



KAPPA PI 







Kappa Pi Art Fraternity was organized for the benefit of students interested in art 
and showing more than the usual proficiency in the art fields. The fraternity is devoted 
to the advancement of artistic talent. 



PI BETA PHI 




Pi Beta Phi is an honorary French fraternity installed on Howard's campus this 
year. Shown above are the charter members of the fraternity with Mrs. Sizemore 
who will be faculty advisor. Only French students showing unusual proficiency in the 
French language are admitted to membership in Pi Beta Phi. 



PI GAMMA M U 




Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science society. Only students who have com- 
pleted thirty hours of social science and have an over-all average of "B" are eligible 
upon recommendation and approval of faculty members and members of Pi Gamma 
Mu. The organization has as its purpose a scientific study and solution of human prob- 
lems through study in economics, history, political science and sociology. 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




Students interested or majoring in psychology are admitted into the Psychology 
Club. The club is a discussion group taking up the latest developments in modern 
psychology and concerned with placing students who wish to do work in that field. 



SPANISH CLUB 









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The Spanish Club is composed of students interested in learning the Spanish 
language and having taken at least one semester of work in Spanish. At meetings 
the club practices speaking Spanish to give students practice in the practical application 
of the language. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




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WAA promotes better sportsmanship in women's sports and encourages participa- 
tion in intramural sports. They sponsor and manage women's sports. WAA is composed 
of two representatives from each organization participating in women's intramural 
sports. 



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Front Row, left to right: Betty Jean Ritchey, Delta Zeta; 
Betty Carl Hendon, Phi Mu; Wade Barriger, Beta Sigma 
Omicron; Gloria Franklin, Alpha Delta Pi . . . 

Second Row, left to right: Colleen Self, Beta Sigma 

Omicron; Nell Dendy, Alpha Delta Pi, Frances Barriger, 
Beta Sigma Omicron . . . 

Third Row, left to right: Aileen Gunn, Delta Zeta; Mrs. 
Margaret Sizemore, Advisor,- Mary Frances Hamilton, Delta 
Zeta and Mary Olive McPhaul, Alpha Delta Pi. 



COUNCIL 




The Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of representatives of each 
sorority, and makes the rules governing rushing, pledging and initiating. 
Aided by Mrs. Sizemore, Pan-Hellenic strives to help the sororities work 
together and to sponsor programs which benefit students of Howard. 



Last year, Pan-Hellenic sponsored a beauty school with speakers in many 
fields of fashion available to every girl on campus. They also sponsored 
speakers in chapel, each sorority being responsible for one speaker. 



KAPPA CHAPTER 

OF 
ALPHA DELTA PI 




ADPi Officers (left to right) Rachel Knight, Recording Secretary,- Ruth Bloom, Guard; 
Chris Kennedy, Corresponding Secretary; Ann Williams, Vice-President; Gloria Franklin, 
Rush Chairman and Mary Olive McPhaul, President. 

Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan College in 1851 and established at 
Howard College in 1919. 




First Row (left to right): Martha Bankson, Ruth Bloom, Nell Dendy, Julia Hanlin 
. . . Second Row: Clara Haynes, Chris Kennedy, Mary Nell Kilgore, Mary Olive McPhaul 
. . . Third Row. Shelby Mayfield, Marian Teel, Sue Tucker, Betty Vardaman. 

Members not pictured: Gloria Franklin, Rachel Knight, Pat Dill, Carol Nunnally, Ann 
Gray, Jo Faircloth, Joann Fossett, Lora Kirby, Roxie Calvert, Carolyn Adams, Dot Lank- 
ford. 



BETA BETA CHAPTER 



BETA SIGMA OMICRON 



Beta Sigma Omicron was founded at the University of Missouri in 1888 and estab- 
lished at Howard College in 1933. 



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First Row (left to right): Colleen Bailey, Frances Barriger, Wade Barriger, Joyce 
Collins . . . Second Row: Betty Fletcher, Jean Gibson, Betty Howell, Pat Law . . . Third 
Row: Frances Pate, Gay Pettiford, Carlene Self, Alline Smith . . . Fourth Row: Colleen 
Smith, Bertha Brown. 

Members not pictured: Jo Ann Staggs, Billie Hulsey, Dolores Williams, Pat Evans, 
Sharlene Fenn, Shirley Harris. 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

OF 
DELTA Z E T A 




Delta Zeta Officers, 1953: Joy Ruth Williams, historian; Lee Brown, vice-president; 
Peggy Curlee, president; Betty Jean Ritchie, treasurer; and Marguerite Rutledge, secre- 
tary. 

Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University in 1902 and established at Howard 
College in 1925. 







First Row: Lee Brown, Peggy Curlee, Pat Dawsey, Floannelle Fuqua . . . Second 
Row: Aileen Gunn, Martha Gunn, Fran Hamilton, Gloria Hardison . . . Third Row: Doris 
Herrmann, Katie Holcomb, Betty Pittman, Billie Ruth Pounds . . . Fourth Row: Betty Ritchey, 
Ann Ruble, Marguerite Rutledge, Betty Whitley . . . Fifth Row: Joy Ruth Williams. 

Members not pictured: Marion Crowder, Louise Hester, Joanne Johnson, Billie 
Beasley Farmer, Luverne McKinnon. 



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Phi Mu Officers (left to right): Ann White Stone, rush chairman; Carolyn Douglass, 
secretary; Frances King, treasurer,- Mary Ann Wall, vice-president; and Betty Carl 
Hendon, president. 

Phi Mu was founded at Wesleyan College in 1852 and established at Howard 
College in 1924. 




First Row: Bonnie Bolding, Doris Ann Britton, Barbara Ann Harrison, Betty Carl Hendon, Janet Jordan 
. . . Second Row. Frances King, Barbara Lowery, Kathleen Methvin, Margaret Minor, Sacki Pettus . . . 
Third Row: Joyce Powell, Betty Pylant, Jan Reddock, Barbara Richards, Jean Scozzaro . . . Fourth Row: 
Margie Stewart, Ann White Stone, Jean Taylor. 

Members not pictured: Mary Ann Wall, Carolyn Douglass, Johnnie Miller, Barbara Fenn, Janis Sav- 
age, Ann Scozzaro, Chris Sannemann, Mary Saunders, Maureen Sanford and Loudell Oliver. 



ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 

OF 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869 and established 
at Howard College in 1911. 



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Payne . . . Second Row. Wayne Walker, Buck Wilson. 



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Members include: Jake Antonio, Sonny Biederman, Martin Black, Wilson Bordon, Gerald Bradley, Bill 
Boyd, Bill Coles, Jerry Claxton, George Hayes, Ronald Luckie, Jack Payton, Buck Wilson, 
Roy Vance, Sonny Roarke, Ladell Payne, James Anderson, Travis Ellis, Charles Farmer, 
David Harper, Tullie Hollis, Bob Maze, Bill Payne, Gene Powell, Rodney Ott, Tommy 
Repass and Wayne Walker. 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




LAMB OFFICERS FOR 1953 

Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University in 1902 and established at 
Howard College in 1939. 





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First Row. Mark Briggs, Dennis Brooks, Bob DeMedicis, Duke Funderburke . . . Second 
Row: Clarence M. Jones, John D. McOanahan, Allen Satterwhite, Paul Thomas . . . Third 
Row: Bill West, Russell Williams. 



Members not pictured: Don Bailey, Hugh N. Battle, Raymond L. Norman, Jr., Ed- 
ward N. Reed, W. Don Riddle, James E. Russell, Jimmy D. Smith, Joe V. Vacarello, Billy F. 
Watts, Sherman Veng, Charles E. Warren, H. Lawson Bodie, De Witt Cohron, Jr., Roy 
Duncan, Charles E. Franklin, Cecil H. Holladay, James H. Johnston, Gordon Joiner, Joe 
L. Moates, Howard O'Daniel, James Pickle, Edward Robinson, Doral Sample, Fred Stone. 



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Sigmu Nu Officers for 1953: Ralph Atchison, president; Bill Gantt, secretary; Jere 
Doss, treasurer; and Stanley Wise, vice-president. 

Sigmu Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869 and established at 
Howard College in 1879. 



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Row: David Hedrick, Dickie Norwood, Bill Sumner, Jed Vaughn . . . Third Row: Jerry 
Walton, Frank Yancey. 

Members not pictured: Sydney Lackey, Bill Gantt, Forest Suttle, Richard Poe, Jere 
Doss, Leland Gardiner, Stanley Wise, Homer Watkins, Carl Parrish, Charles Carnes, Dick 
Dickinson, Jim Major, John Craig, Guy Bradford, Bill Zarzaur, James Hulsey, James T. 
Pyron, Buddy Peake, Kenneth Brown, Joe Davis, Tom Goodwin, Bill Monroe and Jimmy 
Davis. 




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EARL GARTMAN 
Athletic Director 



Coach Gartman began his coaching at 

Howard after obtaining his M.A. degree at 

Peabody. He was named Athletic Director at 
the beginning of the Fall semester in 1952. 



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year. He worked with the Ends 
and Linemen. 




Paul Finch (left) and Gene Sellars were the student 
managers for the 'Dogs football squad this year. They 
were experienced boys and did a very competent job. 



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Co-captains Bobby Bowden (left) 
and Charles Hearn were captains 
of the 1952 Bulldogs. 
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fense for three years. It has been a 
long time since a fellow with the 
fire and determination of "Bebo" 
has worn the Crimson and Blue. 

Charles "Buddy" Hearn played 
his third and final season for the 
'Dogs this year. "Buddy" was slight 
for a guard, but his sterling and 
able playing reminded us of the 
adage "It's not the size of the dog 
in the fight, but the size of the fight 
in the dog." Both Bowden and 
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PHIL POWELL-AII-Dixie End (above, left) 
This season was Phil's second year on the 
Bulldog squad. He was a top-flight end last 
year and even better this year. He was a 
unanimous choice for All-Dixie. Powell is a 
junior. 

BEN THOMPSON-AII-Dixie Center (right) 
Ben was a senior playing his second year on 
the Bulldog team also, but he played like an 
old hand at the Howard system. He will be 
sorely missed next year. 

BEN BANCROFT-All-Dixie Guard (below, left) 
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along with Hearn and Thompson, gave the 
Bulldogs a strong offensive line. Ben will 
be back next year and the coaches are ex- 
pecting great things of him. 

JOHNNY HOWELL-AII-Dixie Defensive End 
was not on hand for pictures. John will not 
return next year and he will be greatly 
missed. 

LARRY WILSON-P.A.T. Specialist (below) 
Larry Wilson was the P.A.T. specialist this 
year and he came through in the clutches 
with two game deciding P.A.T.'s. 





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JACK WHITLEY 
Senior— End 



MARCUS MARTIN 
Junior— End 



CHARLES HILL 
Sophomore— End 



The season opened with a disheartening 25-16 loss to Troy State. Pete Spenser 
passed to Vince Gibson for one score and Karasel skirted left end for the second. A 
safety countered the other two points. 

The second game against Sewanee was the best played by the Bulldogs. Bobby 




VINCE GIBSON 
Sophomore— End 



TAL SMITH 
Senior— Tackle 



TOM UPSHAW 
Junior— Tackle 




TRAVIS ELLIS 
Freshman— Tackle 



RAY THOMPSON 
Senior— Tackle 



WAYNE WALKER 
Freshman— Tackle 



Bowden ran 81 yards for the first score and Spencer passed to Gibson for the last. The 
Dogs wrapped the game up in a neat 13-0 package. 

In probably the most heart-breaking game of the season, the Dogs lost to Mississippi 
College by a 7-0 score before a Berry Field crowd. 




TOM ROGERS 
Sophomore— Guard 



CLIFF GIZZARD 
Senior— Guard 



JED VAUGHN 
Freshman— Center 




CHARLES ANDERSON 
Freshman— Back 



BILL SPENCER 
Sophomore— Back 



BRANTLEY HARWELL 
Freshman— Back 



The next game brought another victory for the Dogs. They journeyed to Tennessee 
to defeat Union College 23-6. Another trip to Tennessee netted the Dogs a 53-7 victory 
over Bethel. 




EARL BENFIELD 
Freshman— Back 



JOE DEAN 
Sophomore— Back 



RAY SCOTT 
Freshman— Back 





JOHN ALEXANDER 
Freshman— Back 



HUBERT JONES 
Freshman— Back 



BILLY JOE LOVVORN 
Freshman— Back 



The following week end the Dogs eked out a 7-6 win over Southwestern. Next 
came the Millsaps Majors who man-handled our Dogs and sent them home with a 27-7 
defeat. The Dogs came back in great style in the Homecoming game by beating Carson 
Newman 13-12 on Wilson's "Magic Toe." The Jax State game with the Dogs losing 
14-0 ended the 1952 season. 




TOMMY POE 
Freshman— Back 




"Mujta' won last weekend!' 



DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPS 

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Left to Right: Marvin Breeding, Coach Gartman, "Jake" Jacobs, Bill Karrh, Jim 
Harrison, Larry Wilson, "Hambone" Millican, Jerry Medlock . . . Standing: Joe Coon, 
David Howie . . . On Floor: Charles Hearn, manager, and Billy Jack Notes. 




Copt. Morris "Jake" Jacobs steals the ball from A.P.I. 




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79 University of Ala. . 81 

52 Auburn 80 

59 Troy 60 

80 Livingston 61 

61 Auburn 80 

73 Sewanee 63 

77 Florence 50 

63 Southwestern 62 

54 Jax State 67 

75 B'ham. -Southern ... 63 

76 Troy 71 

79 Livingston 62 

58 Millsaps 62 

64 Sewanee 84 

87 B'ham.-Southern ... 70 

105 Southwestern 62 

56 Mississippi State ... 81 

87 Mississippi College . 69 

80 Mercer 85 

89 Jax State 78 

68 Mercer 86 

63 Jax State 85 

103 Oglethorpe 69 

87 Mississippi State ... 91 

CONFERENCE TOURNEY 

94 Mississippi College 59 

78 Mercer 75 



"Little" Marv Breeding drives against State. 




'Killer" Korrh blocks one against Southern. 




Captain "Jake" Jacobs closed out 
his fourth and final season with the 
Howard cagers by leading them to 
t h e Conference Championship. 
Jake led the team with 400 points 
in regular season play for a 14.8 
average per game. Jimmy Harrison 
was second with 381 points and a 
14.1 average. Marvin Breeding, 
sensational freshman, was third with 
332 and a 12.3 average. Bill 
"Killer" Karrh had the highest av- 
erage per game, 16.9 but he 
played in only eleven regularly 
scheduled games. 

These four were selected to the 
All-Dixie Conference squad for 
1952-53. 



Joe Coon (17) and "Jake" (19) squeeze Southern. 




Larry lays one up while "Killer' watches. 




"Big Von" Von Hagle guards the bucket. 



"B" TEAM BASKETBALL 

The "B" Team won 7 of its 12 
games this year. Under Coach John 
Day, the boys, led by "Chuck" 
Anderson scored 664 points against 
522 for the opponents. 

Anderson led with 181 points. 
Next was "Sonny" Roark with 123. 




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Front Row, left to right: Gene Powell, Morris Jacobs, Jim Harrison, Coach Gartman, 
Jon Appleton, Travis Ellis, Bill Spencer . . . Second Row: Marvin Breeding, Jerry Med- 
lock, Charles Millican, Larry Wilson, Wayne Barrett, John Lee Armstrong . . . Back Row: 
Bill Ash, Bill Franse, Aubrey Dickinson, R. C. McKee, Joe Dean and Irwin Sandifer, 
Manager. 




Harry "The Hat" Walker shows Dogs' 
how. 



ding 1952 hitter 



The baseball season was a very short one this 
year, bad weather cutting it by 6 or 7 games. Sev- 
eral of the games were standouts but probably the 
two best were the "H" Day game against Jax State 
and the first game against Livingston. The regular 
line-up for most of the season was: 

Catcher— Joe Dean 

1st Base— Wayne Barrett 

2nd Base— John Lee Armstrong 

Short Stop— Marvin Breeding 

3rd Base— Travis Ellis 

Outfielders— Jacobs, Wilson and Dickinson 




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The Tennis team coached by Coach Sharman was the fly in the Bulldog athletic 
ointment this year. They failed to win a match, but as Coach Sharman said, "The 
boys gave it all they had, and that's good enough for me." He also added, "We 
almost had one in the bag, but rain forced it to end too soon." 



TRACK AND 



FIELD 




The track team this year 
was led by Bill "Killer" Karrh. 
Bill made 80 points in the six 
meets of the season. Bob 
Griffith was second with 52 
and Bill Monroe was third 
with 45. 



ill Karrh (above) Javelin, Discus, Shot 

Put, 220 Yard Dash and High Jump. Bob 

Griffith (below) High Hurdles and Low 
Hurdles. 




Lettermen not pictured were Ray 
Kilgore, Ray Scott, George Hayes, 
Roebuck and Bill Zarzaur. 



Bill Monroe— 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, discus and broad jump. 




James "Spud" Wallace (left) broad jump, discus throw and javelin 
throw. Charles Poe (right) discus, javelin and shot put. 




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illy Williamson (left)— 880, 440, mile. Buck Wilson (right)— mile, two mile. 




:rk (left— 880. Keenum (right)— 440, mile relay. 



IIVTRAMURALS 




INTRAMURAL COUNCIL— Front Row, left to right: Tom Dunbar, Crimson; George Hayes, Pikes,- James 
Pickle, Lambda Chi; Coach James Sharman, director of intramurals; Frank Yancey, Sigma Nu . . . Back 
Row: Morris Jacobs, H-Club; Joe Coon, assistant director of intramurals,- Aubrey Dickinson, veterans,- Don 
Phillips, Preachers; and Jack Harwell, independents. BELOW: Coach Sharman presents the team trophy 
to Morris Jacobs, H-Club, and Gerald Blackburn, Independents, who tied for the team trophy. 





Coach Sharman presents Jack 
Harwell with the individual trophy 
for 1952-53. 



Shot of intramural track meet 




"Big Ben" hurls shot in H-Day 
meet. 




Girls softball team VS faculty in H-DAY 
game. "Peck's Bad Boy" Yeomans at the plate. 




VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARS: Jones, Harwell, Ritchey, Wilson, Kennedy, Vardaman, 
Hall, Cox, Lowery, Amos and Graham. 



THE Ely 



Howard College is justly proud of its Evening Di- 
vision which has made it possible for men and 
women in Birmingham to continue their college 
work at night while working during the day. The 
Evening Division is taught by Howard professors 
and students are given the same college credit 
as they are given for work in the regular day 
classes. This year Howard for the first time gradu- 
ated several students who have completed their 
college work in the Evening Division. 



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Evening division students pictured are Jack Brock, Clifford Corley, Howard Ballew, 
Jack Keller, Jo Ann Armstrong, Marshall McMahan, Clarence Williams, and Trammel! 
Durham. 



HOUSE PARTIES 




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Burial on the beach. 



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The Philosopher. 



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Maid of Cotton comes to Howard 



Miss Howard 1952 





THE LIGHTER SIDE 



Quiet hours. 



Future editor relaxes whil 
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Mary Olive's got 'em up a tree! 





Gee, I wish I was in college! 




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SOCIAL WHIRL 



Delta Zetas go to the Mardi Gras. 




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THE HALLS OF MAIN 





One of the lovely flower arrangements 
that deck the halls. 




Glad it's all over! 



Back stage is all work and no play. 



AROUND THE CAMPUS 

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The golden voice 



Family portrait 



The curtains close on the last act and the seniors bow for the last 
time on the college stage . . . the sets are removed . . . 






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and we begin the last scene . . 





that ends in graduation . . . and 



CONGRATULATIONS!!! 




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building of a new and better stage. 



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